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Chip Wades Trend Report From 2016 Design Week

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HGTV and DIY Network host Chip Wade went trend-spotting at the 2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show and The International Builders' Show (a.k.a. - Design Week). Take a look at the designs and products that caught his eye.

Chip Wade's Favorite Trends From The 2016 Kitchen and Bath Trade Show

Feb 10, 2016 by Chip Wade

HGTV and DIY Network host Chip Wade went trend-spotting at the 2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show and The International Builders' Show. Take a look at the designs and products that caught his eye.

Stunning Staircases: 61 Styles, Ideas and Solutions

Jan 28, 2016 by Watson Hawkins

Find staircase design inspiration for a variety of situations, from maxing out storage under the stairs to giving stairs more style with painted designs or fresh-looking runners.

25 Tips For Painting Kitchen Cabinets

Jan 19, 2016 by Emily Fazio

Painting your kitchen cabinets is no small undertaking, that's why planning and prep are so important. Read through these tips to make sure you get the job done right.

How to Install a Kitchen Pendant Light in 6 Easy Steps

Jan 19, 2016 by Emily Fazio

Learn how easy it is to replace a kitchen light fixture.

Laundry 101: How to Clean Your Washing Machine

Jan 15, 2016 by Emily Fazio

Keeping your washing machine clean and well maintained will help keep it working for years to come.

How to Use Gel Stain to Spruce Up Cabinets, Lamp Bases and More

Jan 15, 2016 by Emily Fazio

Looking to update cabinets or wood furniture. Consider using gel stain, it has many advantages over traditional stain and won't cover the wood's natural grain like paint.

Deck Benches

Jan 7, 2016 by John Riha

When it comes to deck benches, you can go built-in or freestanding—or both.

Your Guide to Buying Deck Furniture

Jan 7, 2016 by John Riha

Some spiffy deck furniture transforms your deck into a true outdoor living room.

What’s the Best Type of Concrete Deck Blocks?

Jan 4, 2016 by John Riha

If you’re building a new deck, make sure you start off on the right foot with the best concrete footers.

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We’ve Remade Ourselves on

Made + Remade Feb 2, 2016 by Made + Remade Crew

As our name suggests, we’re all about making things — and remaking them— around here. You may have noticed a little, um, slower pace of posting over the past couple of months. That’s because we’ve been remaking ourselves within our parent site, It’s the same blog, same creative projects and helpful tips, just a [...]

How to Turn Tea Cups Into Cocktail Glasses

Made + Remade Dec 10, 2015 by Nick Britsky

Anyone who follows my Instagram page (@nbritsky), knows I am a big cocktail geek. I found these amazing stemmed tea cups on Etsy and fell in love. When trying to order them I discovered they didn’t ship to the U.S. I’m not one of those guys that finds something on Etsy and yells ‘I can [...]

Creative Genius: The Crafty Lumberjacks

Made + Remade Dec 1, 2015 by Hannah B. Slaughter

The Crafty Lumberjacks are exactly the people we had in mind when the idea of the “Creative Genius” first floated around the DIY Network office. They are the friends you love to follow around the holidays because their home is filled with DIY touches that up the festive quotient of your Instagram feed. They aren’t [...]

Make The Most Of Fall With These Outdoor Projects

Made + Remade Nov 6, 2015 by Emily Fazio

As we all try and check things off our outdoor maintenance list for this fall, I thought I’d throw a few new ideas onto the table to complement your efforts in fall landscaping, gardening, and lawn care. Make a permanent place for your firewood If you have a wooded backyard, you can likely relate to the constant upkeep [...]

Homemade Buttermilk Doughnuts for National Doughnut Day

Made + Remade Nov 5, 2015 by Mick Telkamp

I love using “National Days” as an excuse for decadence. November 5th is a good one as we celebrate National Doughnut Day. But wait a second. Wasn’t National Donut Day back in June? I seem to remember Ellen making some super cool cactus donuts to celebrate. It’s true. National Donut Day is the first Friday [...]

Pumpkin-Free Fall Decorating

Made + Remade Nov 3, 2015 by Ellen Foord

Fall decorating is typically dominated with pumpkins and, more recently, an explosion of decorative gourds. They’re festive and absolutely evoke the essence  of autumn, but as the Halloween portion of fall draws to a close, I find myself ready to clear the slate and decorate for autumn in the absence of pumpkins. I’m on orange [...]

Wine Cork-Stamped Placemats for Fall Dining

Made + Remade Oct 30, 2015 by Lish Dorset

When you save wine corks for years you tend to create quite the collection. I’ve been collecting for so long that I’ve been able to give away the corks to fellow crafters for DIY projects and to wine bars to use as decorations. If you’re like me and tend to hold onto wine corks thinking [...]

Creative Genius: Sewing Chemistry with Stitch Lab’s Leslie Bonnell

Made + Remade Oct 29, 2015 by Lish Dorset

Five years ago I was in Austin for my first visit to SXSW and was meeting one of my best friends at this fabric store and workshop that fellow sewing pals had told me I simply could NOT miss during my visit to Texas. I found myself inside Stitch Lab and my jaw dropped the [...]

Do You Get Excited About Home Construction?

Made + Remade Oct 29, 2015 by Emily Fazio

The winner of Blog Cabin 2015 in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho was announced this week (Congrats, Albert!). Watching the process from beginning to end left me thinking a lot about how luxurious it would be to renovate our home. It’s not that my current home looks anything like this, which is how Blog Cabin presented was on Day [...]

Last Minute Halloween Craft: DIY Trick or Treat Bag

Made + Remade Oct 27, 2015 by Ellen Foord

It’s always a race to finish the little details, isn’t it? Unless, of course, you are super prepared and never get caught in a pinch. But that’s just not me. There always seems to be one detail I forget about and then have to race the clock to finish. I was pretty proud of myself [...]